Medical Malpractice

You would like to trust a doctor, nurse or other medical professional to do their job to the best of their capabilities, but sometimes they fail at the very basics, leaving you and your loved ones with nowhere to turn. Medical Malpractice occurs when a medical professional or facility negligently provides care, and that negligence causes an injury to the plaintiff. If a health care provider has failed to provide you or a loved one with acceptable medical care resulting in injury or death, you may be due to receive significant compensation. For example, if a doctor improperly reads an x-ray or other medical study and fails to properly treat a patient causing injury, he could be found negligent and therefore responsible for the patient’s medical bills, lost wages, as well as for compensating the patient for the pain and suffering he or she suffered as a result of the doctor’s malpractice. Whether the medical error took place in a hospital, a doctor’s office, an outpatient clinic, or a nursing home, medical malpractice can occur in various settings and can be caused by a multitude of circumstances. The skilled lawyers at The Curran Firm, P.C. have extensive experience and an impressive track record of victories for their clients in all areas of medical malpractice. They will work tirelessly on your behalf to get you the outcome you deserve.

The Curran Firm, P.C. and its attorneys have handled many medical malpractice cases and have secured millions of dollars in compensation for injured patients and their families. Some examples of cases the firm has handled include the following:

Types of Medical Malpractice Cases: 

  • Negligent administration of medication leading to injury or death
  • Delayed/failed/improper treatment based on a patient’s medical history and clinical presentation
  • Birth defect injuries
  • Failure to diagnose cancers and other life-threatening diseases
  • Improper performance of a surgical procedure
  • Mislabeling of medical records and documents leading to treatment/surgery on the wrong patient
  • Failure to properly monitor and supervise a patient

 

Ashley Curran

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